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EHR/EMR Implementation Resources
Health IT Playbook: The Health IT Playbook was developed by The Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) and designed to provide practical, technical, and workflow assistance including tools and resources that providers and practices can leverage when implementing and optimizing health IT.
EHR Contracts Untangled: This resource provides guidance on maximizing the value of your EHR; provides strategies and recommendations for negotiating best practice EHR contract terms; and illustrates how legal issues might be addressed in a contract by providing example contract language.
AmericanEHR Partners is a web-based resource for Electronic Health Records (EHR) system selection and implementation developed by ACP and Cientis Technologies that helps you compare certified EHR systems to find the system that best suits your needs.
Roadmap to Successful EMR/EHR Selection and Adoption: A step-by-step guide to finding, selecting and implementing a successful Electronic Health Record system.
Physicians Use of EHR Systems 2014: A new report from AmericanEHR Partners and the American Medical Association (AMA) based on a survey of physicians, shows that compared to five years ago, more physicians are reporting being dissatisfied or very dissatisfied with their EHR system. The survey found that close to, or more than half of all respondents, reported a negative impact in response to questions about how their EHR system improved costs, efficiency or productivity.
Top 10 EHR Market Share Report - 2014: This report identifies EHR market share by vendor and product within different sized clinics throughout the U.S. The report boasts 15 graphs and 14 charts which accurately identify EHR market share ranging from the solo practitioner to clinics with 25+ clinicians. Use code "ACPMEM25" for a 25% member discount.
Tablet Usage by Physicians 2013 & Mobile Usage in the Medical Space 2013: This report analyzes how physicians use tablets and mobile technology within their medical practice. It shows what tablet and smartphone features physicians are using and how often they use them. The frequency of mobile activities are then broken down and compared between EHR and non-EHR users. Use code "ACPMEM25" for a 25% member discount.